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Bat Out of Hell

  • 12 Apr–16 Apr 2022
  • His Majesty's Theatre

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  • BSL Interpreted
  • Audio Described
  • Captioned




Direct from electrifying audiences in London, Toronto, Germany and New York, Jim Steinman’s spectacular musical  Bat Out of Hell  hits the road on a UK tour in 2021/22.

This award-winning wild child musical thunders through Meat Loaf’s legendary powerhouse anthems including I’d Do Anything For Love (But I Won’t Do That), Paradise By The Dashboard Light, Two Out Of Three Ain’t Bad, Dead Ringer For Love and Bat Out of Hell, in an over the top theatrical spectacle unlike any other.

THE BEST NIGHT OUT – GUARANTEED (with your clothes on!)


£59.00 - £24.00

Family & group discounts available:

Family of 4: £5 off per ticket for 2 adults / 2+ children (excl Fri/Sat and Balcony)

Groups 10+: £5 off (excl Balc and Fri/Sat)
Groups 20+: £6 off (excl Balc and Fri/Sat)
Groups 40+: £7 off (excl Balc and Fri/Sat)

Group discount will be automatically applied when the qualifying number of tickets have been added to your basket.
To book more than 10 tickets, please contact the box office.


Friends’ discount

£4 off opening night, £2 off all other performances (excl Balc and Fri/Sat)


‘Forget everything you know about musicals’ London Evening Standard 

‘One hell of a show’ Metro

‘Astonishing. A musical juggernaut!’ The Guardian

 ‘A jaw-dropping spectacle’ London Evening Standard 

‘Gloriously over the top’ The Independent

‘A mega-blast of a musical’ The Times

‘Astonishingly good. Utterly mind-blowing.’ Opening Night

‘A truly staggering piece of musical theatre’ Manchester Evening News

‘A night that will make your jaw drop and your heart soar’ WhatsOnStage

‘It already feels like a classic’  Financial Times

‘ There are no excuses – get a ticket while you can’ Manchester Evening News